The union CCOO has convened for the next April 17, coinciding with Holy Week, a strike of 24 hours in Adif, Adif High Speed (AV), Port State and Salvage Maritime (Sasemar) for the blockade of the respective collective agreements .
Once convened, CCOO expects to know the response of the appropriate agencies, companies and the Ministry of Development in order to unblock the situation, since "the only responsible for it are those who have cheated the workers by signing a commitment that does not apply now "
According to CCOO, the pre-agreements of the collective agreement signed in March 2018 (Maritime Rescue), October 2018 (State Ports) and December 2018 (Adif and Aidf Alta Velocidad) between the company and the unions are now paralyzed.
This situation, denounces the union, is a "transgression of the good faith of the negotiation", while generating uncertainty among workers.
Specifically, CCOO notes that the pre-agreement of the collective agreement of Sasemar was signed on March 23, 2018, on October 3 the corresponding to Ports was signed and the II collective agreement of Adif and Adif AV was signed on December 27, 2018 .
In this context, it warns that its ratification and conversion into a collective agreement for its application depends on the approval of the Administration, something that has not yet occurred due to its suspension in the Ministry of Finance.
CCOO considers that this situation implies the loss of rights and the "kidnapping" of collective bargaining, while at the same time questioning the position of those responsible for the company, who, when they signed the agreements, did so with all the ministerial authorizations.
For all this, and following the promises of Adif to avoid a situation of conflict, CCOO understands that a strike would only be avoided if the ministry transferred to the company and the unions the confirmation that the collective agreement is unlocked and begins to be applied.
Likewise, the union demands those responsible to explain the reasons for this "outrage", since they consider it unacceptable that any agency of the Administration intends to "snatch" the workers what "with pressure, mobilization and negotiation has been agreed with companies. "
In addition, of this strike, Air Nostrum pilots have called 24-hour strikes on the airline for the next days 15, 16, 17, 22, 23 and 24 April, while UGT and USO have called mobilizations for days 21 and 24 of the same month.